October 2nd, 2006

Shinjuku, Jamie, Sam

I dont even prentend to be sneaky anymore!!

Sam and I went to Shibuya last night for dinner and I found this guy on the train between Chiba and Oami. I actually got up an moved about 10 seats down so I could get better shots. Enjoy.


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Shinjuku, Jamie, Sam

Who says video games are boring??

I went to Chiba to see some friends about 10 days ago and took these chestnuts. I forgot about them until today. I would love to know what game he was playing on his PSP so I can avoid it like the plague!





Now that I think about it, he may have been playing one of those Japan only train simulators. He quite probably was simulating the high speed, high energy, high excitement trip from Oami to Chiba on his PSP and found it to be a little to life like and promptly fell asleep. Just a theory.
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Shinjuku, Jamie, Sam

TGS 2006

I went on a man date to the Tokyo Game Show on the 24th of September with one of the guys from school. A holler to my main man Atsushi! (He is very cute ladies!)

Being the rebel I am, I had to take a photo of something I was not supposed to. There were several large sumo-esque guards patrolling the Playstation 3 booth looking for individuals with cameras poised trying to take snaps of the top secret, only viewed by the 160,000 visitors to this years TGS, games soon to be released. (Actually, it was small Japanese man holding a sign having a quiet snooze) Sorry for the dodgy image quality but these were taken while doing a commando roll disguised as a large chocobo.



Sony 0 - Ninja Jamie 2
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Shinjuku, Jamie, Sam

TGS 2006

Here is a collage of pictures I took at the Tokyo Game Show last weekend. Notice the freaks in pink. They were a couple who had donned matching outfits for a day out playing video games. The enthusiastic young gentleman had even gone so far as to write the letters T.G.S on his forehead. Such dedication is rarely seen outside Japan. Thank goodness.

Fifth row down, first picture. The guy in the middle with the glasses is none other than Hideo Kojima. Producer of the fine Metal Gear Solid series of video games. I was near greatness for about 30 seconds until I realized he was speaking Japanese so I let. Not quite as exciting as meeting say, Jon Bon Jovi. I would put it ib the same league as meeting Al Grazby, which, incidentally, I never have.
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